I just discovered a wicked cool feature in Camino: it supports Rendezvous, Apple’s name for the Zeroconf spec.

Sounds pretty boring, right?

It is, until you realise that under the Go menu is a little submenu called “Local Network Services.” In this menu, you’ll find all the local HTTP and FTP servers that are Rendezvous-compliant. Since I’m on a LAN with my WWW server, the various sites hosted there are all visible in the menu for an instant jump-to.

OK, so I’m a computer geek. But it’s still wicked cool.

posted by Chris on 12 April 2003 at 1202 in computing


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